Community Engaged Learning Program (CELP)


The Community Engaged Learning Program (CELP) of COSCA aims to integrate social development principles and service activities in the curriculum of all academic programs in DLSU. CELP is composed of two sub-programs namely: 1) Theology and Religious Education Two (TREDTWO) Community Service; and, 2) Service Learning (SL). 

TREDTWO-CSP is a component of the TREDTWO academic course entitled "The Filipino-Christian in a Changing World." Students render direct service to partner institutions as a way to express their faith and apply the lessons they learned from their classroom sessions on Christian Morality and the Social Teachings of the Church.




Juanito D. Alcazar
TREDTWO CSP Coordinator- Internal

Peter Jayson Moredo
TREDTWO CSP Coordinator- External


SERVICE-LEARNING is a venue for undergraduate, graduate, and international students to apply academic learning to real human needs. Service-learning is a credit bearing, curriculum-based educational experience in which students participates in activities that meets the identified needs of the communities. The program encourages students to make knowledge gained in the university benefit the poor sector of the society.
(Service-Learning Photo)


Marietta P. Guanzon
Program Manager and Service Learning Coordinator